RELEASED FRIDAY MARCH 8 2013 FOR STORY ZIMBABWE JAILED SATANISTS - Two Congolese nationals who claim to be devil worshippers, George Renene Longange, 41, right, and Ngezi Ngendo Bragst

 

              RELEASED FRIDAY MARCH 8 2013 FOR STORY ZIMBABWE JAILED SATANISTS - Two Congolese nationals who claim to be devil worshippers,  George Renene Longange, 41, right, and Ngezi Ngendo Bragst
RELEASED FRIDAY MARCH 8 2013 FOR STORY ZIMBABWE JAILED SATANISTS - Two Congolese nationals who claim to be devil worshippers, George Renene Longange, 41, right, and Ngezi Ngendo Bragston, 37, talk to the media at Harare Remand Prison, in Harare, Zimbabwe, in this photo dated February, 22, 2013. The men said they have been held in a Harare prison for a year awaiting deportation after they asked to be allowed to form a “church to worship Satan” at a refugee camp in southeastern Zimbabwe. In a rare interview with the AP, the two men claim they only want to engage in rituals like the drinking of their own blood and animal blood, and prostrate themselves before red painted coffins to honour Satan. (AP Photo/Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)